April 28, 2012

Learning Gap

Could the knowledge gap between skilled and unskilled workers hinder the free flow of distributing, sharing and applying knowledge?

Like minds think alike is a saying i hear quite often. Capturing this statement in an organisational perspective in terms of how knowledge is being generated and shared among employees might be a challenge.

My believe is that the way in which culture and mindset can hinder organisational learning, also education and level of experience could be hindrances to managing knowlegde within organisations. Although i certainly wouldn't say the more learned ones can use this knowledge better. My opinion is i that i feel to a certain degree they are prone to managing the knowledge assets of the organisation better.

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